设计理念
Design Concept  

项目最初为芝加哥学校董事会所用,改造旨在保留和放大这座五层建筑中承载历史的砖与梁,以微妙、敏感的方式回应原有的内部元素,彰显客户的品牌精神。

Originally occupied by the Chicago School Board in Fulton Market, Chicago, the objective for the five-storey building was to retain and amplify the historic brick and beam quality of the space through interior elements designed to respond to the existing building in a subtle, sensitive manner and convey the Client’s spatial and corporate branding.

▼外观,exterior view ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

作为一个体验式销售机构,该品牌通过沉浸式的体验创造出令人难忘的互动,将品牌与客户联系起来。空间的设计也采用了类似概念,通过引导运动、限定视野和植入作为家具的透明元素创造出令人沉浸的体验。

As an experiential marketing agency that creates memorable interactions and connects brands with customers through immersive experiences, the space was crafted to be analogous with this in mind. The design concept was to create immersive experiences through diaphanous interior elements that guide movement, frame views, modulate space and function as furniture.

▼入口通道,entrance corridor ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

▼接待台,the reception ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

 

设计方案
Design solution

设计方案是创造一个可供选择的工作场所。从咖啡吧、休息室到露天台阶和公共长桌,一系列大小和体验各不相同的公共中心激发出独特的社区意识,引起人们自发的互动。这些公共中心遍布所有楼层,为私人办公室和开放式工作站提供了休憩区域。

The design solution was to create a workplace of choices–a series of communal hubs varying in size and experience from coffee bars and lounges to bleacher seating and communal tables, which foster a unique sense of community and spontaneous interactions.  These communal hubs can be found on all floors and are areas of retreat from private offices and open workstations.

▼室内空间概览,overview of interior space ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

一进入空间中,就能感受到马赛克独特的社区感和文化感。入口是一个黑色金属网构成的隧道,形成了定向的流动空间,经过接待区,人们将进入一个包含长酒吧和休息室在内的开放区域,仿佛是金属网折叠而留下的空隙。

Mosaic’s unique sense of Community and Culture is conveyed and most apparent when one first enters the office. One enters through a black mesh tunnel and flows, directed and alongside the mesh, past the reception area into an open area containing a long bar and lounge seating that appears as if it was folded down from the mesh screen to create the voids that remain.

▼入口处的长酒吧,a long bar by the entrance ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

▼公共空间,public space ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

▼座椅区,seating area ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

空间右侧,黑色金属网的大台阶连接了一层与二层,并可以作为休息、个人工作、演示与办公聚会的场所。通高的两层楼可以使光线充满空间,创造出一种透明的感觉,增强楼层间的流动感和连通性。

To the right, connecting the ground and second floors, a black mesh staircase composed of bleachers is an area for retreat, individual work, or space for presentations and other office gatherings. Breaking through the two floors allows for light to flood the space and creates a feeling of transparency and enhances spatial flow and connectivity between the floors.

▼黑色金属网的大台阶,a black mesh staircase connecting the ground and second floors ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

▼保留原始砖墙,retaining the original brick walls ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

除大台阶区域外,还有一个布置定制桌椅和服务台的公共大厅,为演示和其他活动提供了平台。

Beyond the bleacher stairs, a communal hall contains custom tables and benches, servery and platform for presentations and other events.

▼公共大厅, a communal hall ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

空间最突出的特征就是金属网格的使用,这种轻巧的建筑元素围合了空间并定义了运动。就连大楼梯的台阶座位也采用穿孔板,使光线和视野得以渗透。穿孔板的概念以物质形式诠释了马赛克的独特精神,象征着品牌的透明性与凝聚力。

A prominent feature of the space is the metal mesh screens – ethereal architectural elements intended to envelope space and define movement. Even the grand stair/bleacher seating is perforated to allow light and view.  The concept behind the perforated screens is to represent, in physical form, Mosaic’s ethos and unique brand of transparency and community.

▼二层空间,the second floor ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

▼开放办公区,open working area ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

▼独立办公区,workstation ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

▼休息区,lounge ©Mosaic Sales Solutions

Date completed: May 2016
Date Occupancy: March 2016
Location: 320 N. Elizabeth Street, Chicago, IL
Project SF: 40,000 SF
Company Team:
Johnson Chou, Lead Designer
Silke Stadtmuller, Project Designer/Manager
Sara Dagovic, Designer (ARIDO Intern)
Curtis Risi, Designer
Laura Hayward, Designer
Jennifer Tuters, Architectural Technologist
Project Team:
Photographer: A-Frame Studio (Ben Rahn)
Architect: Earles Architects + Associates
Mechanical Engineer: McGuire Engineers
Electrical Engineer: McGuire Engineers
Structural Engineer: Halvorson and Partners
General Contractor: Leopardo Companies Inc.
Other (millwork): Scepter Industries Ltd.
Other (metal fabrication): MAF Industries Ltd.
Main suppliers: The Global Group, Floorworks & Relative Space, Interface, Eurolite
Global Furniture Group
Alan Breslow, E.V.P. Sales + Marketing, abreslow@globalfurnituregroup.com, 856.596.3390×2416
Floorworks & Relative Space
Tyler Greenberg, Executive Manager, 416.961.6891 x300, tyler@relativespace.com
Lumina Sales Inc.
Traian Sandru, traian@luminasalesinc.com, 416.407.2522
General Contractor: Leopardo Companies Inc.
Samuel Leopardo, Project Manager, smleopardo@leopardo.com, 847.783.3000
millwork: Scepter Industries Ltd.
Mike DiMatteo, President, mDiMatteo@scepterindustries.com, 416.798.9844
metal fabrication: MAF Industries Ltd.
Dario Gallo, Owner, dario@mafindustriesltd.com, 416.878.5074
Nienkämper
Simona Taroni, Sales Representative, simona@klausn.com, 647.862.1870
Client: Mosaic Sales Solutions

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